World War Posters collection

World War Posters collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Hargrett Library.
Title: World War Posters collection
Dates: 1910-1950
Quantity: 10.0 Linear feet 529 posters in 94 oversize folders and 4 mounted posters
Coll. Number: ms3564

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains World War I through World War II posters from the United States, Great Britain, France, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, and the Philippines. The posters cover various issues such as supporting the war, buying war bonds, enlisting in the army, preserving food and resources, and supporting the Red Cross.


Arrangement

Collection is arranged roughly into two series: World War I posters, and World War II posters. Each series is further divided into United States and non-U.S. posters. They are listed here individually by poster title.


Index Terms

Posters.
World War, 1914-1918--France.
World War, 1914-1918--Germany.
World War, 1914-1918--Great Britain.
World War, 1914-1918--Pictorial works.
World War, 1914-1918--United States.
World War, 1939-1945--Concentration camps--Germany.
World War, 1939-1945--England.
World War, 1939-1945--France.
World War, 1939-1945--Germany.
World War, 1939-1945--Posters.
World War, 1939-1945--United States.

Administrative Information

Custodial History note

This collection was donated as a bequest of the Charles Cotton Harrold family.

Preferred Citation note

World War poster collection, ms 3564. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

1. World War I Posters



1.1 Europe

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21Pour le suprême Effort- EMPRUNT NATIONAL SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE, 1918 ( Emprunt National Société Générale, Visa. No. 13216 Imp. Chaix – Paris, c. 1918 (80 x 117 cm.) )
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12Armée de Paris, Habitants de Paris, …, 1914 ( Gouvernement Militaire De Paris. Paris, le 3 Septembre 1914. Imprimerie MARCEL PICARD, [Paris]. (60.5 x 47.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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23Par deux fois j’ai tenu et vaincu sur la Marne, Civil, mon frère, La sournoise offensive de la “paix blanche” va t’assaillir a’ton tour, Comme moi, tu dois tenir et vaincre sois fort et malin. Mfie – toi de l’hypocrisie boche, 1918 ( Union des Grandes Associations Francaises contre la propagande ennemie. Visa. No. 13.037. Devambez. Gr. – Paris, ca. 1918 (79 x 118 cm.) Text in French In very poor condition; very fragile )
4ARMÉE DE TERRE ET ARMÉE DE MER ORDER DE MOBILISATION GENERALE. . . ., 1914 ( Le Ministre de la Guerre Le Ministre de la Marine Printer unspecified (90.5 x 70.5 cm.) Dated to about 1914 Mounted on cardboard )
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15YES – COMPLETE VICTORY IF YOU EAT LESS BREAD THE FOOD CONTROLLER’S RATION IS 4 LBS. OF BREAD, PER PERSON, PER WEEK. ( Ministry of Food. – No. 17. Printed by Hazell, Watson & Viney, Ld., London, (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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46IN BELGIUM - HELP ( The National Committee For Relief In Belgium. Trafalgar Buildings, Trafalgar Square, London. Printer unknown. (99 x 61 cm.) Mounted on cardboard. )
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37£ for 15’6 If YOU cannot fight – LEND your money Go to the Post Office to-day ( National Organising Committee, London. Printed by David Allen & Sons, Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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58MORE SHIPS – Come on! - WAR SAVINGS are Warships . . . ( National Savings Committee, London; Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh; Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast. Printed for H. M. Stationery Office by J. Weiner Ltd., London. (38 x 24.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
9Defeat the Enemy’s attempt to starve you ENROL [sic] in the Industrial Army TO-DAY ( National Service Office. Series B4 1917 Printer Unknown. (49 x 37 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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310Are you Saving for the Children? - Save for their Education and Give them a Start in Life - BUY WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES ( National War Savings Committee, London, -- Poster No. 35. H. W. & V., Ld., (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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611FOR YOUR CHILDREN - BUY WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES and they will live to thank you ( National War Savings Committee, [London}, -- Poster No. 41. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. (99 x 83.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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412WHICH [picture of hats] OUGHT YOU TO WEAR? ( Publicity Dept., Central London Recruiting Depot. Printed by Sir Joseph Causton & Sons, Ltd., Eastcheap. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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714“A Happy New Year to our Gallant Soldiers!” - You can Make it certain if you JOIN NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London. Designed and printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm) Mounted on cardboard. )
15“ANIBYNLAETH SYDD YN GALW AM EI DEWRAF DYN” ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 148. Printed by Roberts & Leete Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Text in Welsh Mounted on cardboard )
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816Are You in this? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 112. Printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co. Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Designed by Lt. Gen. Sir R. S. S. Baden Powell. Mounted on cardboard )
17AT THE FRONT! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the Front. ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 84. Printed by ES & A Robinson, Ltd., Bristol. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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918“BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF. BE CERTAIN THAT YOUR SO-CALLED REASON IS NOT A SELFISH EXCUSE” Lord Kitchener - ENLIST TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 127 Printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London & Derby. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1019BE READY! JOIN NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 81. Printed by David Allen & Son, Ltd., Harrow, Middlesex. (100 x 62 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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920Daddy, what did YOU do in the Great War? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 79. Designed & printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London. (76.5 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1121DOWCH GYDA MI, FECHGYN! “Yn union wedi’r alwad i fyn’d y’mlaen, yr oedd gwên ar bob wyneb.” YMRESTRWCH HEDDYN. ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 22-W Printed by The Haycock-Cadle Co., London Text in Welsh Mounted on cardboard )
221805 “ENGLAND EXPECTS” 1915 - ARE YOU DOING YOUR DUTY TO-DAY? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 101. Printed by Seargeant Bros. Ltd., London & Abergavenny. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1223ENLIST TO-DAY. HE’S HAPPY & SATISFIED – ARE YOU? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 96. Printed by Turner & Dunnett, London & Liverpool. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
24ENLIST TO-DAY. HE’S HAPPY & SATISFIED – ARE YOU? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 96. Printed by Turner & Dunnett, London & Liverpool. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1325EVERYONE SHOULD DO HIS BIT - ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 121. Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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14264 Questions to men who have not enlisted . . . ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 62 Printed by Bemrose & Sons, Ltd., Derby and London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
27GROUP SYSTEM - Enlistment in Groups will RE-OPEN ON MONDAY, January 10th, 1916, and proceed until further notice. … ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 138. Printed by Roberts & Leete Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1528HALT! Who goes there? IF YOU ARE A FRIEND JOIN THE BRITISH RANKS AND HELP THE BRAVE LADS AT THE FRONT ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 60. Printed by Hill, Siffken & Co., London. (110 x 61.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1329IF THE CAP FITS YOU JOIN THE ARMY TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 53. Printed by A. White & Co., Finsbury. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1430Join the brave throng that goes marching along ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 118. Printed by Bech & Inchbold, Ltd., Leeds and London. (74 x 15.5 cm.) MS Notes: Coldstream guards, Royal engineers, Royal garrison artillery. Mounted on cardboard )
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1831Join the brave throng that goes marching along ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster 124. Printed by Beck & Inchbold, Ltd., Leeds and London. (230 x 48 cm.) Mounted on two pieces of cardboard )
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1732LINE UP, BOYS! ENLIST TO-DAY. ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 54. E & S Ltd., (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1633LORD KITCHENER SAYS: -- ‘MEN, MATERIALS & MONEY ARE THE IMMEDIATE NECESSITIES. . . . ENLIST TO-DAY. ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 113. Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (76.5 x 51.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
34LORD KITCHENER SAYS: -- ‘MEN, MATERIALS & MONEY ARE THE IMMEDIATE NECESSITIES. . . . ENLIST TO-DAY. ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 113. Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (76.5 x 51.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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1735Make us as proud of you as we are of him! ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 119. Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2113Men of London! EACH RECRUIT MEANS QUICKER PEACE JOIN TO-DAY GOD SAVE THE KING ( Publicity Department, Central Recruiting Depot. Printed by Andrew Reid & Co., Ltd., Newcastle-on-Tyne. (43.5 x 33.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard with WWI/GB/PRC/R/2 Stuck on the back of item 39 )
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1936MEN OF BRITAIN! WILL YOU STAND THIS? … 78 Women & Children were killed and 228 Women & Children were wounded by the German Raiders - ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 51. Printed by Johnson Riddle & Co., Ltd., London. (92 x 75.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2037REMEMBER BELGIUM - ENLIST TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 16. Printed by Henry Jenkinson, Ltd., Leeds. (100 x 74 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2138REMEMBER BELGIUM - ENLIST TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 19. Printed by Henry Jenkinson, Ltd., Leeds. (49.5 x 37.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard with another poster )
39THE “SCRAP OF PAPER” . . . The Germans have broken their pledged word and devastated Belgium. Help to keep your Country’s honour bright by restoring Belgium her liberty. ENLIST TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 15. Printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2240STEP INTO YOUR PLACE ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 104. Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex (76 c 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
41SURELY YOU WILL FIGHT FOR YOUR [picture of king] AND [map of British Isles] COME ALONG, BOYS, BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 83. Printed by Jas. Truscott & Son, Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2342TAKE UP THE SWORD OF JUSTICE ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 111. Printed by David Allen & Sons, Harrow, Middlesex. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
43TAKE UP THE SWORD OF JUSTICE ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 111. Printed by David Allen & Sons, Harrow, Middlesex. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2444THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF MEN - Those who hear the call and obey - Those who delay - And – The Others - TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 103. Printed by the Abbey Press, London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
45THERE’S ROOM FOR YOU - ENLIST TO-DAY ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 122. Printed by Wm. Strain & Sons, Ltd., Belfast & London (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2546THOUSANDS HAVE ANSWERED THE NATION’S CALL, BUT YOU MAY BE THE ONE TO TURN THE SCALE AT A CRITICAL MOMENT … DO YOU REALIZE THIS? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 94. Printed by Seargeant Bros. Ltd., London & Abergavenny. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
47TO THE WOMEN OF BRITAIN. . . . WON’T YOU HELP AND SEND A MAN TO JOIN THE ARMY TO-DAY? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 69. Printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London & Derby. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2648THE VETERAN’S FAREWELL. “Good Bye, my lad, I only wish I were young enough to go with you!” -ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 63. Printed by Straker Brothers Ltd., London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
49WHAT BURNS SAID – 1782 HOLDS GOOD IN 1915 [quote from Burns] TAKE HIS TIP ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2750WHAT WILL YOUR ANSWER BE When your boy asks you – ‘WHAT DID YOU DO TO HELP WHEN BRITAIN FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM IN 1915? - ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 61. Printed by Chorley & Pickersgill, Ltd., Leeds and London (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2851WHICH? HAVE YOU A REASON – OR ONLY AN EXCUSE – FOR NOT ENLISTING NOW! ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 128. Printed by The Abbey Press, London. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
52WHO’S ABSENT? Is It You? ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster no. 125 Printed by Andrew Reid & Co., Ltd., …Newcastle-on-Tyne. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2953WHY AREN’T YOU IN KHAKI? YOU’LL BE WANTED. ENLIST AT ONCE. ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 65. Printed by Jas. Truscott & Son, Ltd., London. (76 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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3054“YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU” ( [Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London?] – No. 0201 Printed by David Allen & Sons, Ltd., Harrow, Middlesex (76.5 x 51 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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2955YOUR COUNTRY’S CALL Isn’t this worth fighting for? - ENLIST NOW ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 87. Printed by Jowett & Sowry, Leeds. (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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3056YOUR KING & COUNTRY NEED YOU TO MAINTAIN THE HONOUR AND GLORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE ( Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, -- Poster No. 18. Printed by Dobson-Molle Co., Ltd., Edinburgh & London (75 x 50 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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3157LEND YOUR FIVE SHILLINGS TO YOUR COUNTRY AND CRUSH THE GERMANS ( Parliamentary War Savings Committee, London, -- Poster No. 23. Printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Middlesex. (77 x 51 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
58WAR LOAN BACK THE EMPIRE WITH YOUR SAVINGS - INVEST NOW ( Parliamentary War Savings Committee, London, -- Poster No. 21. Printed by Sir Joseph Causton Sons, Limited, London. (75.5 x 50.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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3259WAR LOAN BACK THE EMPIRE WITH YOUR SAVINGS - INVEST NOW ( Parliamentary War Savings Committee, London, -- Poster 21. Printed by Sir Joseph Causton & Sons, Limited, London. (75.5 x 50.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
60You have in your pocket SILVER BULLETS that will stop the Germans - Lend them to your Country by Investing in the WAR LOAN TO-DAY ( Parliamentary War Savings Committee, London. David Allen & Sons, Ltd., Harrow, Middlesex. (84 x 48 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
61LORD KITCHENER CALLS FOR MORE MEN . . . GOD SAVE THE KING, 1915 ( War Office, Whitehall, S.W. Issued May 19th, 1915. Printed by Hill, Siffken & Co. (L.P.A. Ltd.), Grafton Works, London. (76 x 50.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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3362ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE - “We mean to destroy the U Boats” ( [publisher unknown] [Printed by] Russell and Sons Southsea, [n.p.] [n.d.] (30.5 x 35 cm.) Photo of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe with cord hanger )
63DO YOUR bit - SAVE-FOOD ( [source unknown] Printed by Hill, Siffken & Co., Ltd., Grafton Works, London. (75.5 x 50.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
64FIELD MARSHALL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG: “If the men or women workers at home and the troops in the trenches pull together, the triumph of our cause is certain” ( [publisher unknown] [printed by] Bassano Ltd., [ n.p., n.d.] (30.5 x 35 cm.) Photo of Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig with cord hanger )
65Write a Cheque TO DAY for NATIONAL WAR BONDS ( [source unknown] – No. 63. Printed by H.C. Graham Ltd., London. (73 x 60 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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65aREMEMBER THE LUSITANIA ( Extra large mounted poster (not in folder) )
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65bTAKE UP THE SWORD ( Extra large mounted poster (not in folder) )
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65c-dFORWARD TO VICTORY- Enlist Now (2 posters) ( Extra large mounted poster (2 copies) (not in folder) )



1.2 United States

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3466“The Child at Your Door” 400,000 Orphans Starving NO STATE AID AVAILABLE CAMPAIGN FOR [$]30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE [FOR] RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [n.p., n.d.] (34.5 x 51 cm.) )
67GIVE OR WE PERISH - AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA CAMPAIGN FOR [$]30,000,000 ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, [Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (56 x 84 cm.) Fragile )
68Give the boy a chance 249,999 other homeless orphans like him. NEAR EAST RELIEF ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East [printed by] Alco-Gravure, Inc., New York, Baltimore, [n.d.] (56 x 85 cm.) Printed on newsprint fragile )
69HUNGER KNOW NO ARMISTICE NEAR EAST RELIEF ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East [printed by] Alco-Gravure, Inc., New York, Baltimore, [n.d.] (56 x 85 cm.) printed on newsprint )
70LEST THEY PERISH CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed by] Conwell Graphic Companies, New York, [n.d.] (31 x 47 cm.) )
71LEST THEY PERISH CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed b] Conwell Graphic Companies, New York [n.d.] (31 x 46.5 cm.) )
72LEST WE PERISH CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed by] Conwell Graphics Companies, New York, [n.d.] (51 x 71 cm.) )
73LEST WE PERISH CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed by] Conwell Graphics Companies, New York, [n.d.] (51 x 71 cm.) )
74“THEY SHALL NOT PERISH” CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA, 1918 ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed by] American Lithographic Company, New York, c. 1918. (76 x 101 cm.) fragile )
75NOTE: FRAGMENTS ONLY (MISSING) “THEY SHALL NOT PERISH” CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA – GREECE – SYRIA – PERSIA, 1918 ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [printed by] American Lithographic Company, New York, c. 1918. (76 x 101 cm.) )
76WHERE THE VICTIMS ARE …. SAVE THE SURVIVORS – 3,950,000 STARVING PEOPLE CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 ( American Committee for Relief in the Near East, New York. [n.p., n.d.] (53 x 71 cm.) Text superimposed on map of Near East )
77KNOWLEDGE WINS PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOKS ARE FREE ( American Library Association Designed and Printed by Thomson-Ellis Company, Baltimore & New York. [n.d.] (48.5 x 71 cm.) )
78Have You a Red Cross Service Flag?, 1918 ( American Red Cross, [Washington]. [n.p.] c. 1918 (53 x 71 cm.) )
79I summon you to the comradeship Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call for Universal Membership. ( American Red Cross The U.S. Ptg. & Litho. Co., N.Y., [n.d.] (50.5 x 69.5 cm.) )
80I summon you to the comradeship Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call for Universal Membership. ( American Red Cross The U.S. Prtg. & Litho. Co., New York, [n.d.] (50.5 x 69.5 cm.) Very poor condition (Missing Piece) )
81Join the Red Cross Wear your button it is an evidence of your loyalty, 1919 ( [American Red Cross, Washington] [n.p.], ca. 1919, (28 x 53 cm.) )
82“The Magazine of Humanity” [The Red Cross Magazine] SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED HERE Rate: To MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS $1.00 Per Year, To Others: $2.00 ( American Red Cross, [Washington.] [n.p.] (ca 1919) (35.5 x 56 cm.) )
83A Masque By PERCY MACKAYE for the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call “All mercies now shall work as one; for pity organized hath power more great than all the hosts of hate” – Percy Mackaye ( American Red Cross, [Washington?]. [n.p., n.d.] (48 x 63.5 cm.) )
84[No text, picture of NURSE] ( [American Red Cross] [n.p., n.d.] (50.5 x 67 cm.) )
85[Photographs (3) of American Red Cross Nurse, one hand-colored (?)] ( [American Red Cross, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (25.5 x 44.5 cm.; 31.5 x 45 cm.; 28 x 35.5 cm.) )
86“PUT FIGHTING BLOOD IN YOUR BUSINESS – HERE’S HIS RECORD! DOES HE GET A JOB? … LIST YOUR EMPLOYMENT NEEDS WITH THE U.S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ( American Red Cross cooperating with the Department of War & the Department of Labor, [Washington]. Printed by Thomsen-Ellis Company, Baltimore & New York. [n.d.] (48 x 71 cm.) )
87Red Cross Christmas Roll Call Dec. 16-23rd. The GREATEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD, 1918 ( American National Red Cross, [Washington] [printed by] Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, c. 1918. (71 x 107 cm.) )
88Red Cross Christmas Roll Call Dec. 16-23rd. The GREATEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD ( American National Red Cross, [Washington] [printed by] Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, c. 1918. (71 x 107 cm.) )
89Red Cross Christmas Roll Call Dec. 16-23rd. The GREATEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD, 1918 ( American National Red Cross, [Washington] [printed by] Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., Chicago, c. 1918 (71 x 107 cm.) )
9010,000,000 MEMBERS BY CHRISTMAS ON CHRISTMAS EVE A CANDLE IN EVERY WINDOW AND RED CROSS MEMBERS IN EVERY HOME ( [American Red Cross] [n.d.] (28 x 52 cm.) )
91Universal Membership Week Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, Dec. 16-23rd ( American Red Cross, [Washington} [n.p., n.d.] (21.5 x 16 cm.) )
92[Picture of soldier marching with woman with food basket] from LIFE, Sept. 13, 1917., 1917 ( The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Food Administration, Boston. [n.p.] ca. 1917. (39.5 x 54 cm.) )
93[Picture of soldier marching with woman with food basket] from LIFE, Sept. 13, 1917., 1917 ( The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Food Administration, Boston. [n.p.] ca. 1917 (39.5 x 54 cm.) )
94The FOSTER MOTHER OF THE WORLD PERSERVE HER IMPROVE HER STOCK – HELP HER TO PRODUCE MORE AND BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS ( Division of Dairy Extension, Department of Agriculture, State of Illinois. [n.p., n.d.] (71 x 106 cm.) )
95Women Awake! Your Country Needs You. Learn to be of National Service – Join the Navy League Help the Navy – Local Headquarters., 1916 ( Navy League Printed by Andrew B. Graham Co., 1916. (48 x 62 cm.) )
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3596CAN Vegetables Fruit AND the Kaiser too Write for Free Book to National War Garden Commission, WASHINGTON, D.C., 1918 ( National War Garden Commission, Washington. [n.p.], c. 1918 (35.5 x 52.5 cm.) )
97The Fruits of Victory Write for Free Book to National War Garden Commission, Washington, D.C. Charles Lathrop Pack, Presidence P.S. Ridgdale, Secretary, 1918 ( National War Garden Commission, Washington. [n.p.], c. 1918 by F. M. Lupton, Publisher, (Inc.) (35.5 x 55 cm.) )
98Sow the seeds of Victory! plant & raise your own vegetables “Every Garden a Munition Plant.”, 1918 ( National War Garden Commission, [Washington] [n.p.], c. 1918. (35 x 56 cm.) )
99War Gardens Victorious Every War Garden a Peace Plant NATIONAL WAR GARDEN COMMISSION – Charles Lathrop Pack, President., 1919 ( National War Garden Commission, Washington. [n.p.], c. 1919. (58.5 x 74 cm.) )
100WIN THE NEXT WAR NOW CAN Vegetables Fruit AND the Kaiser too . . . ., 1918 ( National War Garden Commission, Washington. [n.p.] c. 1918. (36 x 56 cm.) Includes attached printed notice concerning poster designer (“A Belgian Soldier – Artist”) )
101Women of America Work for Victory Write for Free Book to National War Garden Commission, 1918 ( National War Garden Commission, Washington. [printed by] F. M. Lupton, Publishing (Inc.), c. 1918. (35.5 x 55.5 cm.) )
102[Original (watercolor?) art work showing two Germans (?) shaking hands above dead Red Cross Nurse] ( [Original art (watercolor?)] [n.p., n.d.] (45 x 60.5 cm.) )
103Supplement to the Scientific American, October 3, 1914. German Fleet Steaming in Battle Formation, 1914 ( Scientific American [printed by] Munn & Co., Inc. c. 1914 (40 x 55.5 cm.) )
104ADVENTURE and ACTION ENLIST IN THE FIELD ARTILLERY. U.S. ARMY, 1919 ( United States Army, [Washington] A.G.O.R.S. No. 212. [printed by] Engineer Reproduction Plant, US Army, Washington Barracks, D.C., c. 1919. (48 x 63 cm.) Stamped at bottom: “ARMY RECRUITING STATION, 202 SHACKELFORD BLDG., ATHENS, GA.” )
105All Set The O.D. Is Off, But I Am Still a Soldier. The Battle of Life Is ON – Let’s Go! ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 27. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
106The better the Solider The better the Salute ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 13. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
107A BLACK MARK FOR THE SQUAD ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 10. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
108ENGINEERS Blaze the Trail for Education the ENGINEERS can place MEN from 18 to 40 where they can LEARN their TRADE in the Army. . . ., 1920 ( United States Army, [Washington] R.S.A.G.O. No. 216 [printed by] Engineer Reproduction Plant, Washington Barracks, D.C., c. 1920. (45.5 x 59 cm.) )
10950 – 50 The job of beating up the Hun, which I’ve [sic] been at, my lad, Would still be far from finished “Over There,” But Fritz saw YOU were ready and shouted “Kamerad!” So don’t worry, son, you did YOUR share. ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 11. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
110For Your Own Sake For The Sake Of Those You Love Hold On To Uncle Sam’s Insurance It is good after you are back in civil life. Pay Your Premiums Every Month ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No.17. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 cm. x 35.5 cm.) )
111GROW WITH US U.S. ARMY TANK CORPS APPLY NEAREST RECRUITING OFFICE, 1920 ( United States Army, [Washington] P.S.A.G.O. 221. [printed by] Engineer Reproduction Plant, U.S. Army, Washington Barrack, D.C., c. 1920. (48 x 63.5 cm.) )
112Honorable Discharge from The United States Army HONOR Your Record and Your Uniform As long as I wear my uniform my conduct and military courtesy will be those of a soldier. ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 15. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
113HONORABLE DISCHARGE OH BOY! That’s sure worth working for ( [United States Army, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
114“I. can. tell. you’ve been. a. soldier. by. the. way. you. stand; Report for work tomorrow morning” ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 15. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
115“If you Fellows Had Been In The Army You Would Be Holding Up Your Heads Instead Of A Lamp Post ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 28. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
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36116MEDICAL DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES ARMY APPLY AT COR. COLLEGE & CLAYTON STS., ATHENS, GA., 1919 ( United States Army – Medical Department, [Washington?] Recruiting Poster No. 4. [n.p.], ca1919. (56 x 84 cm.) )
117“Not With This On” “Now that you’re discharged, come and have a drink.” “No, thanks, I’m out of the Army, but I’m still in uniform.” ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 20. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
118Pity this poor Soldier He Can’t Salute His Hands Are in his Pockets ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 25. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
119Police the old town We don’t stand for that in the Army, WHY HERE? ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 19. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
120THE SENTRY QUITS HIS POST ONLY WHEN PROPERLY RELIEVED ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 9. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
121THE SOLDIER IN ‘CITS’ Pick Him Out ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 24. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
122These Boys Will Look Up To You Tell Then What It Means To Be An American Soldier. ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 14. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
123They Are Proud Of You. Be Proud Of Yourself. ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 23. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
124Think! How Proud You Both Will Be ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 16. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
125This Man Is Fast Color. He Sticks This Man Is Yellow. He Fades Away ( [United States Army, Washington?] Service Series No. 18. [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
126The United States Army builds MEN APPLY NEAREST RECRUITING OFFICE ( United States Army [printed by] Niagra Litho Co., Buffalo. [n.d.], (28 x 35 cm.) printed on cardboard stamped at bottom “RECRUITING STATION, U.S. ARMY ROOM 230 TRANSPORTATION BLDG. ATLANTA, GA.” )
127The United States Army builds MEN APPLY NEAREST RECRUITING OFFICE ( United States Army [printed by] Niagra Litho Co., Buffalo. [n.d.], (28 x 35 cm.) printed on cardboard stamped at bottom “RECRUITING STATION, U.S. ARMY ROOM 230 TRANSPORTATION BLDG. ATLANTA, GA.” )
128The United States Army builds MEN APPLY NEAREST RECRUITING OFFICE ( [United States Army, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 100 cm.) Very fragile, multiple tears around poster )
129The United States Army builds MEN APPLY NEAREST RECRUITING OFFICE ( [United States Army, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 100 cm.) IN VERY POOR CONDITION Fragments )
130We don’t put down our tools till quitting time. ( [United States Army, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
131Which will make the better citizen? [Which] would you give a job to [?] ( [United States Army, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (27.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
132WINTER IN PA’NA’MA’ WITH THE U.S. ARMY ( United States Army, [Washington] RPB-GRS-Series ‘C’ No. 8. [printed by] Neo-Gravure Printing Co., New York. [n.d.] (54 x 71 cm.) )
133THE. COUNRY NEEDS. YOU. TO. HELP. HARVEST. THE. COTTON. LOCK. YOUR. DESK – CLOSE. YOUR. DOOR. AND. DO. YOUR. PART. APPLY TO YOUR COUNTY AGENT OR AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ( United States Department of Agriculture, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (71 x 106 cm.) )
134Save Seed For Victory Start Right – NOW – In the Field Good Seed Wins From Unknown Seed Defeat From Home-Grown, Field-Selected, Well-Preserved Seed – Victory ( United States Department of Agriculture, Washington. Printed by A. Hoen Co., Baltimore. [n.d.] (53 x 96 cm.) )
135Save Seed For Victory Start Right – NOW – In the Field Good Seed Wins From Unknown Seed Defeat From Home-Grown, Field-Selected, Well-Preserved Seed – Victory ( United States Department of Agriculture, Washington. Printed by A. Hoen Co., Baltimore. [n.d.] (53 x 96 cm.) )
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37136FIGHT WORLD FAMINE - Enroll in The Boys’ Working reserve ( U.S. Employment Service, Department of Labor. [printed by] Thomsen-Ellis Company, Baltimore & New York: [n.d.] (48 x 70 cm.) )
137The U.S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE with the cooperation of the Council of National Defense and many other organizations is opening a BUREAU for RETURNING SOLDIERS & SAILORS in every community throughout the country. This is for your use without charge. Ask for the address at the local Post-office. ( United States Department of Labor – U.S. Employment Service, Washington. [printed by] Thomsen-Ellis Co., Baltimore [n.d.] (37 x 56 cm.) )
138America’s food pledge 20 million tons we have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe – the Allies and Liberated nations Save food two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (50 x 76 cm.) )
139America’s food pledge 20 million tons we have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe – the Allies and Liberated nations Save food two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (50 x 76 cm.) )
140America’s food pledge 20 million tons we have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe – the Allies and Liberated nations Save food two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (50 x 76 cm.) )
141America’s food pledge 20 million tons we have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe – the Allies and Liberated nations Save food two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (50 x 76 cm.) )
142Be Patriotic - Sign your country’s pledge to save the food ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [printed by] The W.F. Powers Co., Litho. New York, [n.d.] (53 x 73.35cm.) )
143El Cardenal MERCIER has solicitado de la Admistracion de Alimentos mas comestibles para los millalres de victimas del hambre. Consuma menos trigo – carne – grasas y azucar. Embarque mas para las victimas de la guerra de FRANCIA – BELGICA – ITALIA ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] No. 10-A. [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (58 x 71 cm.) Text in Spanish )
144El Cardenal MERCIER has solicitado de la Admistracion de Alimentos mas comestibles para los millalres de victimas del hambre. Consuma menos trigo – carne – grasas y azucar. Embarque mas para las victimas de la guerra de FRANCIA – BELGICA – ITALIA ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] No. 10-A. [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (58 x 71 cm.) Text in Spanish )
145Cardinal MERCIER has appealed to the Food Administration for more food for starving millions. Eat less wheat – meat – fats & sugar. Ship more to the war-stricken people of FRANCE – BELGIUM – ITALY ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] No. 10. [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (52 x 71 cm.) )
146Cardinal MERCIER has appealed to the Food Administration for more food for starving millions. Eat less wheat – meat – fats & sugar. Ship more to the war-stricken people of FRANCE – BELGIUM – ITALY ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] No. 10. [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (52 x 71 cm.) )
147IL CIBO VINERA LA GUERRA! Venite qui a cercare la liberta Dovete ora aiutare a conservarla Il PANE e necessario agli alleati NON SPRECATA NULLA ( AMMINISTRAZIONE VIVERI DEGLI STATI UNITI [United States Food Administration, Washington], No. 18b. [printed by] Rusling Wood, Litho., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 75 cm.) Text in Italian )
148IL CIBO VINERA LA GUERRA! Venite qui a cercare la liberta Dovete ora aiutare a conservarla Il PANE e necessario agli alleati NON SPRECATA NULLA ( AMMINISTRAZIONE VIVERI DEGLI STATI UNITI [United States Food Administration, Washington], No. 18b. [printed by] Rusling Wood, Litho., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 75 cm.) text in Italian )
149CORN THE FOOD OF THE NATION - SERVE SOME WAY EVERY MEAL - APPETIZING, NOURISHING, ECONOMICAL ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [PRINTED BY] Harrison-Landauer Inc., Baltimore. [n.d.] (53 x 76 cm.) )
150CORN THE FOOD OF THE NATION - SERVE SOME WAY EVERY MEAL - APPETIZING, NOURISHING, ECONOMICAL ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [PRINTED BY] Harrison-Landauer Inc., Baltimore. [n.d.] (53 x 76 cm.) )
151CORN THE FOOD OF THE NATION - SERVE SOME WAY EVERY MEAL - APPETIZING, NOURISHING, ECONOMICAL ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [PRINTED BY] Harrison-Landauer Inc., Baltimore. [n.d.] (53 x 76 cm.) )
152Defeat the KAISER and his U-BOATS - Victory Depends on Which Fails First, Food or Frightfulness Eat less WHEAT ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [n.p., n.d.] (36 x 54.4 cm.) )
153Defeat the KAISER and his U-BOATS - Victory Depends on Which Fails First, Food or Frightfulness Eat less WHEAT ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [n.p., n.d.] (36 x 54.4 cm.) )
154don’t waste food while others starve! ( United States Food Administration, [Washington.] No. 31. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho Co., New York, [n.d.] (51 x 77 cm.) Significant tear in middle )
155EAT MORE CORN, OATS AND RYE PRODUCTS – FISH AND POULTRY – FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND POTATOES BAKED, BOILED AND BROILED FOODS EAT LESS WHEAT, MEAT, SUGAR AND FATS TO SAVE FOR THE ARMY AND OUR ALLIES WWI ( United States Food Administration, Washington. No. 6. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho Co., New York, [n.d.] (53 x 74 cm.) )
156EAT MORE CORN, OATS AND RYE PRODUCTS – FISH AND POULTRY – FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND POTATOES BAKED, BOILED AND BROILED FOODS EAT LESS WHEAT, MEAT, SUGAR AND FATS TO SAVE FOR THE ARMY AND OUR ALLIES WWI ( United States Food Administration, Washington. No. 6. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho Co., New York, [n.d.] (53 x 74 cm.) )
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38157EAT MORE FISH, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY SAVE THE MEAT FOR THE BOYS AT THE FRONT ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 107. [PRINTED BY] Scott & Wilhelms Corp., New York. [n.d.] (28 x 53.5 cm.) printed on cardboard )
158FEED a FIGHTER Eat only what you need – waste nothing – that he and his family may have enough. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 15. [n.p., n.d.] (53.5 x 74 cm.) )
159FEED a FIGHTER Eat only what you need – waste nothing – that he and his family may have enough. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 15. [n.p., n.d.] (53.5 x 74 cm.) )
160food 1 – buy it with thought 2 – cook it with care 3 – use less wheat & meat 4 – buy local foods 5 – serve just enough 6 – use what is left don’t waste it ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 1 [printed by] The W. F. Powers Co., Litho, new York, [n.d.] (53 x 73.5 cm.) )
161food 1 – buy it with thought 2 – cook it with care 3 – use less wheat & meat 4 – buy local foods 5 – serve just enough 6 – use what is left don’t waste it ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 1 [printed by] The W. F. Powers Co., Litho, new York, [n.d.] (53 x 73.5 cm.) )
162Food and the War! American Wheat to Win! ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 22. [printed by] The Carey Printing Company [n.d.] (50 x 74.5 cm.) )
163FOOD CONTROL is a WAR MEASURE Allied strategy shapes the food conservation campaign Military urgency gives force to every food regulation …. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 27. [printed by] The Carey Printing Company [n.d.] (66.5 x 97 cm.) )
164Food is Ammunition – Don’t waste it. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York [n.d.] (53 x 73 cm.) )
165L’ITALIA HA BISOGNO di Carne – frumento – grasso & zucchero Mangiate poco di questo cibo perche deve andare al nostro popilo, e le truppe d’ITALIA AMMINISTRAZIONE DEI CIBI STATI UNITI ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] Printed by Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (52 x 71 cm.) Text in Italian )
166KEEP IT COMING “We must not only feed our Soldiers at the front but the millions of women and children behind our lines” Gen. John J. Pershing WASTE NOTHING ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 14. [printed by] The W. F. Powers Co., Litho, New York, [n.d.] (52 x 71 cm.) )
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39167KOSCIUSZKO PULAWSKI Walczyli o wolnose w Ameryce. Czy ty pomozesz Ameryce walczyc o wolnose w Polsce? Jedz Mniej Pszenicy – miesa – thuszczy – cukru Abysmy mogli pomodz naszym braciom walczacym w Armiach Alianckich ZARZAD SPOZYCZY STANOW ZJEDNOCZNYCH ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] No. 9. [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York. [n.d.] (52 x 71 cm.) Text in Polish )
168Let Your Fruit Trees Save Sugar ( [United States Food Administration, Washington] )
169Little AMERICANS Do your bit Eat Oatmeal – Corn meal mush – Hominy – other corn cereals – and RICE with milk. Save the wheat for out soldiers. Leave nothing on your plate ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 21. [n.p., n.d.] (55.5 x 53 cm.) )
170Our flags BEAT GERMANY Support EVERY FLAG that opposes Prussianism Eat less of the food fighters need DENY yourself something WASTE NOTHING ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [printed by] Heywood, Strasser, & Voigt, Litho. Co., New York [n.d.] (35.5 x 54 cm.) )
171The PRESIDENT says “Hunger does not breed reform; it breeds madness and all the ugly distemper that makes an ordered life impossible…. The future belongs to those who prove themselves the true friends of mankind. Save Food Don’t Waste It. ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [n.p., n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
172Save 1 – wheat use more corn 2 – meat use more fish & beans 3 – fats use just enough 4 – sugar use syrups and serve the cause of freedom ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 2 [printed by] W.F. Powers Co., Litho., N.Y. [n.d.] (53.5 x 73 cm.) )
173Save 1 – wheat use more corn 2 – meat use more fish & beans 3 – fats use just enough 4 – sugar use syrups and serve the cause of freedom ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 2 [printed by] W.F. Powers Co., Litho., N.Y. [n.d.] (53.5 x 73 cm.) )
174Save 1 – wheat use more corn 2 – meat use more fish & beans 3 – fats use just enough 4 – sugar use syrups and serve the cause of freedom ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 2 [printed by] W.F. Powers Co., Litho., N.Y. [n.d.] (53.5 x 73 cm.) )
175Save 1 – wheat use more corn 2 – meat use more fish & beans 3 – fats use just enough 4 – sugar use syrups and serve the cause of freedom ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 2 [printed by] W.F. Powers Co., Litho., N.Y. [n.d.] (53.5 x 73 cm.) )
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40176Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
177Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
178Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
179Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
180Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
181Save a loaf a week – Help win the war ( United States Food Administration, Washington [printed by] The U.S. Printed. & Litho. Co., N.Y. [n.d.] (28 x 53 cm.) printed on cardboard )
182SAVE SUGAR [simulated newspaper page follows] ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], ca1918. (39.5 x 61 cm.) printed on newsprint )
183SAVE SUGAR [simulated newspaper page follows] ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], ca1918. (39.5 x 61 cm.) printed on newsprint )
184SAVE SUGAR [simulated newspaper page follows] ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], ca1918. (39.5 x 61 cm.) printed on newsprint )
185SAVE SUGAR [simulated newspaper page follows] ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], ca1918. (39.5 x 61 cm.) printed on newsprint )
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41186Save the products of the Land Eat more fish – they feed themselves. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 13. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
187Save the products of the Land Eat more fish – they feed themselves. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 13. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
188Save the products of the Land Eat more fish – they feed themselves. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 13. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
189Save the products of the Land Eat more fish – they feed themselves. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 13. [printed by] Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York. [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
190Sir – don’t waste while your wife saves Adopt the doctrine of the clean plate – do your share ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 20 [printed by] The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., New York, [n.d.] (53 x 73.5 cm.) )
191Sugar means Ships The Consumption of Sugar Sweetened Drinks Must be Reduced For beverages 400 million lbs. Of sugar were imported in Ships last year. Every Ship is needed to carry soldiers and supplies now. ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] [printed by] The Grey Printing Company, New York [n.d.] (38 x 48 cm.) )
192THEY ARE GIVING ALL WILL YOU SEND THEM WHEAT? ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 25. [n.p.], ca1918. (91 x 144 cm.) )
193WAR RAGES IN FRANCE They cannot fight & raise food at the same time WE MUST FEED THEM Denying ourselves only a little means Life to them ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 19. [n.p., n.d.] (51 x 75 cm.) )
194WAR RAGES IN FRANCE They cannot fight & raise food at the same time WE MUST FEED THEM Denying ourselves only a little means Life to them ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 19. [n.p., n.d.] (51 x 75 cm.) )
195WHOLESOME – NUTRIOUS FOODS FROM CORN CORN PRODUCTS ARE PLENTIFUL Use Them In Cakes, Candies, Puddings and Preserves For Salads, Shortening and for frying. ( United States Food Administration, Washington. [printed by] Harrison – Landauer Inc., Baltimore [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
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42196Why Loyal Americans are keeping the Pledge to eat less Wheat and Meat ( United States Food Administration, [Washington.] No. 7 – Revised. [n.p., n.d.] (51 x 74.5 cm.) )
197The World Cry Food Keep the Home Garden going ( United States Food Administration, [Washington] No. 24. [printed by] Forbes, Boston. Ca1918 (51 x 76 cm.) )
198FIRST IN THE FIGHT – ALWAYS FAITHFUL BE A U.S. MARINE APPLY AT CUSTOM HOUSE BUILDING, SAVANNAH ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (71 x 106 cm.) )
199FIRST IN THE FIGHT – ALWAYS FAITHFUL BE A U.S. MARINE APPLY AT CUSTOM HOUSE BUILDING, SAVANNAH ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (71 x 106 cm.) )
200FREE I.C.S. COURSES! CLIMB TO SUCCESS … ENROLL AND LEARN. FULL DETAILS AT 15 ½ PEACHTREE ST. ATLANTA, GA. U.S. MARINES ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] RCTG. 96. [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 102 cm.) )
201FREE I. C. S. COURSES! In The Service With a Future … U.S. MARINES ( United States Marine corps, [Washington] [n.p.], ca. 1920. (53 x 72 cm.) )
202THE MAKING OF A MARINE Why not take the First Step YOURSELF in The Service with a FUTURE … FULL DETAILS AT AUSTELL BUILDING, ATLANTA, GA. ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 102 cm.) )
203Marine Corps Week June 10 to 16 Join the U.S. Marines The Soldiers That Go To Sea Where There’s Action ENLIST AT CUSTOM HOUSE, SAVANNAH ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (46 x 63.5 cm.) )
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43204SPIRIT of 1917 JOIN THE UNITED STATES MARINES AND BE FIRST IN DEFENSE ON LAND OR SEA APPLY AT, circa 1917 ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p.], ca. 1917. (76 x 102 cm.) )
205U.S. MARINES FIRST TO HOIST OLD GLORY ON FOREIGN SOIL JOIN THEM FOR OVERSEAS DUTY ENLIST AT 407 STAR BLDG., WASHINGTON, circa 1913 ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] illustration C. 1913. (76 x 101 cm.) )
206U.S. MARINES “SOLDIERS OF THE SEA” For Full Information Apply RECRUITING STATION [Variant 1] ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 102 cm.) )
207U.S. MARINES “SOLDIERS OF THE SEA” For Full Information Apply RECRUITING STATION [Variant 1] ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 102 cm.) )
208U.S. MARINES “SOLDIERS OF THE SEA” For Full Information Apply RECRUITING STATION ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (76 x 102 cm.) )
209THE NAVY NEEDS YOU! DON’T READ AMERICAN HISTORY – MAKE IT! U.S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION ( [United States Navy, Washington] [printed by] The h. G. Miner Litho Co., New York., [n.d.] (71 x 107 cm.) )
210ON GUARD! IT’S A PRETTY BIG JOB FOR ONE BIRD! JOIN THE NAVY! APPLY RECRUITING STATION OR NAVY LEAGUE ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p., ca1907] (47 x 63.5 cm.) )
211U.S. NAVY “Here he is, Sir.” We need him and you too! Navy Recruiting Station ( [United States Navy, Washington?] [printed by] Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., New York [n.d.] (71 x 104 cm.) )
212YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU! JOIN THE NAVY NOW! FOR INFORMATION APPLY RECRUITING STATION OR NAVY LEAGUE ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (48 x 63.5 cm.) )
213For Homes and Country VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN ( [United States Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] American Lithographic Co., New York, c.1918. 976 x 101 cm.) )
214“Good Bye, Dad, I’m Off To Fight For Old Glory you Buy U.S. Gov't Bonds” THIRD LIBERTY LOAN ( Treasury Department (?), Washington] No. 9-A [printed by] Sackett & Wilhelm Corp., New York [n.d.] (51 x 71 cm.) )
215HALT the HUN! BUY U.S. GOVERNMENT BONDS THIRD LIBERTY LOAN ( [United States Treasury Dept., Washington] No. 4-A. [printed by] Edwards & Deutsch, Litho. …] [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) )
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44216HONOR FLAG OF THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN AWARDED BY THE UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT TO EVERY TOWN SUBSCRIBING ITS QUOTA, April 7, 1918 ( United States Treasury Department, [Washington] [n.p.], 1918. (17.5 x 23 cm.) supplement to the Atlanta Journal, April 7, 1918 printed on both sides in 2 pieces )
217Joan of Arc Saved France SAVE YOU COUNTRY BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ( United States Treasury Department, [Washington] [printed by] The United States Printing & Lithography Co., New York. [n.d.] (50 x 76 cm.) )
218KEEP HIM FREE BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ( United States Treasury Department [printed by Ketterlinus in Philadelphia?] [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
219KEEP HIM FREE BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ( United States Treasury Department [printed by Ketterlinus in Philadelphia?] [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
220My Daddy Bought Me a Government Bond of the THIRD LIBERTY LOAN Did yours? ( [United States Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] The U.S. Printing & Litho. Co., New York, [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
221REMEMBER . BELGIUM Buy Bonds Fourth Liberty Loan ( [United States Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] The U.S. Printing & Litho. Co., New York, [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
222RING IT [Liberty Bell] AGAIN BUY U.S. GOV’T BONDS THIRD LIBERTY LOAN
223THEY GIVE THEIR LIVES DO YOU LEND YOUR SAVINGS? ( United States Treasury Department, [Washington] Printed by Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York. [n.d.] (50.5 x 76 cm.) )
224THEY GIVE THEIR LIVES DO YOU LEND YOUR SAVINGS? ( United States Treasury Department, [Washington] Printed by Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York. [n.d.] (50.5 x 76 cm.) )
225THEY KEPT THE SEA LANES OPEN INVEST IN THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN ( [United States Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] Niagra Litho Co., Buffalo, [n.d.] (74 x 98.5 cm.) )
226V INVEST ( [United States Treasury Department?] [printed by] The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati. [n.d.] (49 x 75 cm.) )
227Honor Flag of the Third Liberty Loan, 1918 ( [publisher unknown] [n.p.], “c. A.H.L. 1918” (46 x 62 cm.) )
228A MERRY CHRISTMAS PEACE YOUR Gift To The Nation ( [publisher unknown] [n.p., n.d.] (39 x 53 cm.) )
229[Photographs - food conservation displays]
229bPROVIDE THE SINEWS OF WAR BUY LIBERTY BONDS, 1918 ( Printed by Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co, NY 1918 Georgia Dept. of Archives )
229aPROVIDE THE SINEWS OF WAR BUY LIBERTY BONDS, 1918 ( Printed by Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co, NY 1918 Georgia Dept. of Archives )
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94CARRY ON! Stamp! Stamp! Stamp! Who'll buy a stamp? U.S. GOVERNMENT - W.S.S., circa 1918 ( Dorothy Glogston Savings Division of New England )



1.3 Interwar years

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45230“They shall beat their swords into ploughshares” Sow these Seeds DISARMAMENT ARBITRATION OPEN DIPLOMACY and reap Peace! ( Friends’ Peace Committee, London. Printed by Adams Bros. & Shardlow, Ltd., London & Leicester. [n.d.] 951 x 76 cm.) )
231FIVE POWERS NAVAL CONFERENCE LET ALL THE NAVAL POWERS GIVE UP THEIR BATTLESHIPS ( Peace Committee of the Society of Friends, London. Printed by Adams Bros. & Shardlow, Ltd., London & Leicester. [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
232America First [long quote] “From a Sermon by BISHOP G. ASHTON OLDHAM in Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, 1924” ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [printed by] Williams-Webb Co., Washington, ca. 1924. (31 x 47 cm.) )
233America First [long quote] “From a Sermon by BISHOP G. ASHTON OLDHAM in Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, 1924”, circa 1924 ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [printed by] Williams-Webb Co., Washington, ca. 1924. (65 x 112 cm.) )
234The Christ of the Andes SYMBOL OF PEACE BETWEEN TWO NATIONS HOPE OF PEACE FOR ALL THE WORLD CHRISTMAS, 1922 ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [1922]. (31 x 48 cm.) )
235DISPUTES WILL CONTINUE TO ARISE BETWEEN NATIONS --Do You Want Them Settled By REASON or by POISON GAS? By A World COURT or by a World WAR? Do Your Senators know Which YOU WANT? ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [Printed by] Allied Printing, Washington. [n.d.] (47.5 x 63.5 cm.) )
236General Pact for the Renunciation of War. Signed at Paris, Aug. 27, 1928. Proclaimed a Binding Agreement at Washington, July 24, 1929. ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [ca1929] (28 x 45 cm.) )
237General Pact for the Renunciation of War. Signed at Paris, Aug. 27, 1928. Proclaimed a Binding Agreement at Washington, July 24, 1929. ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [n.p.], ca. 1929. (67 x 110 cm.) )
238IS THIS EDUCATION FOR A WARLESS WORLD? ( Committee on Militarism in Education, New York, in cooperation with National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [ca1926] (27.5 x 39.5 cm.) )
239LAW – NOT WAR HAVE YOU ASKED YOUR SENATORS TO VOTE FOR THE WORLD COURT? ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [n.d.] (43 x 55.5 cm.) )
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46240NEIGHBORS SHOULD BE FRIENDS ( Committee on Militarism in Education, New York, in cooperation with National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [n.d.] (28 x 39 cm.) )
241PEACE ON EARTH “United and Speed The Hour When Swords shall Cease And Men Cry back to God ‘There Shall be Peace’” ( National Council for Prevention of war, Washington. [n.d.] (30 x 46 cm.) )
242SECRETARY MELLON ASSERTS THAT OVER 80% OF FEDERAL EXPENDITURE IS DUE TO WAR… ( Committee on Militarism in Education, New York, in cooperation with National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [ca1925] (28 x 39 cm.) )
243U. S. PRESIDENTS FOR 30 YEARS HAVE FAVORED A WORLD COURT! WRITE YOUR 2 SENATORS WE MUST JOIN NOW, 1931 ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [1931.] (31.5 x 47 cm.) )
244U. S. PRESIDENTS FOR 30 YEARS HAVE FAVORED A WORLD COURT! WRITE YOUR 2 SENATORS WE MUST JOIN NOW ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [1931.] (51 x 83.5 cm.) )
245A VOTE FOR THE WORLD COURT IS A VOTE AGAINST WORLD WAR How Do Your Senators Stand? ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [Printed by] Williams & Heintz Co., Washington. [n.d.] (43.5 x 56 cm.) )
246WILL. HE. BEAT. THE. STORM? ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [1931] (24 X 31.5 CM.) )
247World Peace Before Another Christmas STILL “LESS OF ARMAMENT AND NONE OF WAR” ( National Council for Prevention of War, Washington. [n.d.] (30.5 x 47cm.) )
248THE MONUMENT OF THE UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION .. ( [Universal Postal Union?] Printed by the Williams & Heint Col, Washington. [cal 1929] (31.5 x 47 cm.) )
528BUY LIBERTY BONDS [quote] A. Lincoln
529General Pact for the Renunciation of War. Signed at Paris, Aug. 27, 1928. Proclaimed a Binding Agreement at Washington, July 24, 1929.
 

2. World War II Posters



2.1 Allies

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50249If you don’t need it…DON’T BUY IT ( Director of Public Information, under authority of Hon. J.T. Thorson, Minister of National War Services, Ottawa “printed in Canada,” [n.d.] 46 x 62 cm. )
250IT’S OUR WAR ( Director of Public Information, Ottawa, under authority of The Minister of National War Services “printed in Canada,” [n.d.] 53.5 x 79 cm. )
251MEN OF VALOR They fight for you “FOR SKILL AND DARING OF HIGH DEGREE” F/L (now Squadron-Leader) Ralph McLaren Christie, R. C. A. F., was awarded the D. S. O. He led a force of bombers … ( Wartime Information Board, Ottawa “printed in Canada,” [n.d.] 61 x 91 cm. )
252MEN OF VALOR They fight for you “When last seen he was collecting Bren and Tommy Guns & preparing a defensive position which successfully covered the withdrawal from the beach.” --Excerpt from citation awarding Victoria Cross to Lt. Col. Merritt, South Saskatchewan Regt., Dieppe, Aug. 19, 1942. ( Wartime Information Board, Ottawa “printed in Canada,” [n.d.] 61 x 91 cm. )
253WHEN TROOPS MOVE KEEP TONGUES STILL! DON’T GOSSIP ( Wartime Information Board, Ottawa “printed in Canada,” [n.d.] 23.5 x 31 cm. )
254Erst franzosische Armee “RHEIN und DONAU” Tagesbefehl Nr. 9 Berlin, den 9. Mai 1945. LE GENERAL D’ARMEE DE LATTRE DE TASSIGNY Commandant en chef la Premiere Armee Francaise J. de LATTRE ( Premiere Armee Francaise [?] “Imprimerie des Dernieres de Strasbourg,” [9 Mai 1945] 60 x 84.5 cm. Printed on cardboard Text in German )
255Erst franzosische Armee “RHEIN und DONAU” Tagesbefehl Nr. 8 p.c. 24 April 1945 LE GENERAL D’ARMEE DE LATTRE DE TASSIGNY Commandant en chef la Premiere Armee Francaise J. de LATTE, 1945 ( [Premiere Armee Francaise] “IMPRIMERIE des Dernieres de Strasbourg,” [24 APRIL 1945] 62 x 94.5 cm. Continued on next card 255b Erst franzosische Armee Tagesbefehl Nr. 8 (continued) Printed on cardboard oversized Ms. Note at bottom: “7 mai 1945 C.D. Coiller general L. Devinck Cdt. L’Artellerie de la lre Armee Francaise.” )
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52257Premiere Armee Francaise ORDRE DU JOUR No 8 P. C. le 24 avril 1945 LE GENERAL D’ARMEE DE LATTRE DE TASSIGNY Commandant en Chef la Premiere Armee Francaise J. de LATTRE, 1945 ( Premiere Armee Francaise [?] (continued on next card) 257b Premiere Armee Francaise ORDRE DU JOUR No 8 (continued) “Imprimerie des Derniers Nouvelles de Strasbourg, [24 April, 1945] 62 x 94.5 cm. Printed on cardboard oversized ms. note at bottom: “7 mai 1945 C D. Coiller General L. Devinek [?] Cdt. L’Artellerie de la lre Armee Francaise.” )
259Premiere Armee Francaise “RHIN et DANUBE” ORDRE DU JOUR No 9 Berlin le 19 mai 1945 LE GENERAL D’ARMEE DE LATTRE DE TASSIGNY Commandant en Chef la Premiere Armee Francaise J. deLattre, 1945 ( Premiere Armee Francaise [?] “Imprimerie des Derniers Nouvelles de Strasbourg” [9 May 1945] 60 x 84.5 cm. Continued on next card 259b Premiere Armee Francaise “RHIN et DANUBE” ORDRE DU JOUR No 9 (continued) Printed on cardboard Ms note: “C. D. Coiller – General Cdt. L’Artellerie de le lre Armee Francaise 15 Mai 1945." )
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512611870 – VAILLANCE ET FIDELITE – 1918, 1940 ( Publisher unknown “Impremerie a Strasbourg. Avril 1940” 37 x 46 cm. Printed on cardboard )
262FRANCE D’ABORD ORDRE GENERAL Janvier 1945 Le General de VERNEJOUL Commandant le 5e Division Blindee, 1945 ( Publisher unknown [n.p.], 1945 27.5 x 36.5 cm. Printed on cardboard )
263Ordre General... ( Publisher unknown [n.p.], 1945 Printed on cardboard )
264Ordre General... ( Publisher unknown [n.p.], 1945 Printed on cardboard )
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53265LES GENERAUX HOCHE ET KLEBER, 1940 ( Publisher unknown “Imagerie de la lre Armee Francaise, Decembre 1944 Imagerie de l’Armee d’Alsace – Fevier 1940” 78 x 118 cm Mounted on cardboard )
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55266HONNEUR A NOS BRAVES Soldats de l’Armee d’Alsace …., 1940 ( Publisher unknown “Imagerie de l’Armee d’Alsace – Imprime a Strasbourg, Avril 1940” 37.5 x 46 cm. Mounted on cardboard )
267MORT DU MARECHAL DE TURENNE, 1940 ( Publisher unknown “Imagerie de l’Armee d’Alsace – Imprime a Strasbourg, janvier 1940.” 37 x 46 cm. Printed on cardboard )
268LE SOLDAT DE LA REVOLUTION, 1944 ( Publisher unknown “Imagerie de l’Armee d’Alsace, Strasbourg, 1939 Imagerie de la lre Armee Francaise, Belfort 1944.” 37 x 46 cm. Printed on cardboard )
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54269LE SOLDAT DE LA REVOLUTION, 1944 ( Publisher unknown “Imagerie de l’Armee d’Alsace, Strasbourg, 1939 IMAGERIE DE LA LRE ARMEE FRANCAISE DECEMBER 1944” 78 x 118 cm. Design same as WWII F Sl, text differs. Mounted on cardboard )
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55270Diebstahl sowie Mikbrauch von Lustschukgerat wird als Sabotage streng bestrast! Lustschkgesek v. 25.3.41 10 a R.G.Bl.I.G. 168, 1941 ( Publisher unknown W. Druderei VII, Munchen, 1941 (28.5 x 40.5 cm) Printed on cardboard )
271verhutet Brandschaden! Erntesegen – halt ihn vor Brand in trever hut, er kommt dem ganzen Volk zugut ( Reichsarbeitsgemeinschaft Schadenverhutung [n.p., n.d.] (29.5 x 41 cm.) printed on cardboard )
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56272Wessen Schuld? Amerikanische Truppen, die auf ihrem reachen Vormarsch durch Deutschland die beruchtigten Konzentrationslagar der Nazis uberrannten... [graphic pictures] ( Publisher unknown [n.p., n.d.] 60.5 x 86 cm. German language text probably of Allied origin detailing Nazi atrocities, with four photographs. Printed on cardboard )
273Wessen Schuld? Amerikanische Truppen, die auf ihrem reachen Vormarsch durch Deutschland die beruchtigten Konzentrationslagar der Nazis uberrannten... [graphic pictures] ( Publisher unknown [n.p., n.d.] 60.5 x 86 cm. German language text probably of Allied origin detailing Nazi atrocities, with four photographs. Printed on cardboard )
274TORPEDO THE AXIS! ( THE ADMIRALTY “printed for H. M. Stationary Office by H. N.,” [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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57275The Corps Goes Round the World! [calendar for year 1943, in two columns, divided by poem “Victory Vees,” by Albert Ralph Korn], 1943 ( British American Ambulance Corps [n.p., 1943] “copyright American Map Company, Inc. New York.” 937 x 54 cm.) )
276The Corps Goes Round the World! [calendar for year 1943, in two columns, divided by poem “Victory Vees,” by Albert Ralph Korn], 1943 ( British American Ambulance Corps [n.p., 1943] “copyright American Map Company, Inc. New York.” 937 x 54 cm.) )
277The Corps Goes Round the World! [calendar for year 1943, in two columns, divided by poem “Victory Vees,” by Albert Ralph Korn], 1943 ( British American Ambulance Corps [n.p., 1943] “copyright American Map Company, Inc. New York.” 937 x 54 cm.) )
278THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT… ( [British Information Service, New York] “printed in England by Flemings, Leicester,” [n.d.] (60.5 x 96.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
279THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT… ( [British Information Service, New York] “printed in England by Flemings, Leicester,” [n.d.] (60.5 x 96.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
280BRITAIN – SPREARHEAD OF ATTACK Night and day the bombers of the R. A. F. strike deep into the enemies war machine … ( British Information Services British Information Services, New York [!], [n.d.] (44 x 60.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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58281Britain’s War Supplies Go To These Nations UNDER MUTUAL AID [:] U.S.A. U.S.S.R. CHINA GREECE FRANCE CZECHOSLOVAKIA TURKEY ( British Information Services [PRINTED BY] Pictograph Corporation, New York [!], [n.d.] (43 x 56 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
282GREAT BRITAIN HER NATURAL & INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES [map of Great Britain] ( British Information Services, New York “printed in Great Britain” [on verso], [n.d.] (75 x 102 cm.) )
283GREAT BRITAIN HER NATURAL & INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES [map of Great Britain] ( British Information Services, New York “printed in Great Britain” [on verso], [n.d.] (75 x 102 cm.) )
284RN CATAFIGHTERS RAF ( British Information Services, New York [New York, n.d.] (33 x 61 cm.) )
285TWO YEARS AGO The British Empire Stood Alone … TODAY, FOUR-FIFTHS OF THE WORLD IS UNITED AGAINST TYRANNY ( [British Information Services, New York] [New York, n.d.] (48 x 63 cm.) )
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59286What Britain Puts In The Common Pool (SOME OF THE MAJOR ITEMS) AIRCRAFT TANKS WARSHIPS BOOTS HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL FACILITIES PORT & SHIP REPAIR FACILITIES & FUELING FOOD SHIPPING CLOTHES & UNIFORMS AIRFIELDS ( British Information Services [printed by] Pictograph Corporation, New York [!], [n.d.] (43 x 56 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
287Allied Air Offensive against Germany UP TO JANUARY 1st 1941 [map of Germany] ( H. M. Stationary Office [printed … by J. Weirer Ltd., London, [n.d.] (51 x 76 cm.) )
288The Allies overwhelming sea-power is proved by the use of 850 merchantmen & warships, in the invasion of North Africa. Part of the huge convoy passing the Rock of Gibraltar THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( [H. M. Stationary Office] “printed in England by J. Howitt & Son Ltd., Nottingham,” [n.d.] (50 x 75.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
289British “Beaufighters” shoot up Rommel’s fleeing columns in North Africa THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( [H. M. Stationary Office] “printed … by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (51 x 76.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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60290Britain develops new desert tactics. Tough, well-trained infantry clear the way for tanks in North Africa THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( [H. M. Stationary Office] “printed in England by Thos. Forman & Sons, Ltd. Nottingham, [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
291British guns blast away through Axis defences in North Africa THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( H. M. Stationary Office “printed … by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London,” [n.d.’ (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
292A British submarine torpedoed two large Japanese supply ships in the Malacca Straits SMASH JAPANESE AGRESSION ( [H. M. Stationary Office?] “printed in England by Field Sons & Co. Ltd., Bradford,” [n.d.] (48 x 74 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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61293A British tank attack in the Western Desert BACK THEM UP! ( [H. M. Stationary Office?] “printed in England by Fosh & Cross, Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
294CHOOSE FOR VICTORY “V” on the menu means VICTORY DISH – a special dish made at the suggestion of the Minister of Food. It is composed of “ship-savers” such as: Potatoes & other Fresh Vegetables, Dried Eggs, Cheese. TRY A V DISH TO-DAY ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Chromoworks Ltd., London” (37.5 x 50 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
295EVERY RIVET A BULLET SPEED THE SHIPS ( [H. M. Stationery Office? London?] [printed by] Fosh & Cross Ltd., [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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62296EVERY RIVET A BULLET SPEED THE SHIPS ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by J. Weiner, Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
297FREEDOM SHALL PREVAIL ( [H. M. Stationery Office] “printed in England by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (51 x 76.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
298The Gloucesters, a famous regiment from Great Britain, raided Letpaden and drove the Japanese from the town, inflicting heavy casualties. SMASH JAPANESE AGRESSION! ( [H. M. Stationery Office] >“PRINTED UN England by James Haworth & Brother, Ltd.,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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63299Heavy bombers of the R. A. F. often fly a total distance of 1,200 miles and over 15,000 ft. mountains in the Alps, to bomb the industrial towns of North Italy THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( [H. M. Stationery Office] “printed in England by Thos. Forman & Sons, Ltd., Nottingham,” [n.d.] (50 x 75.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
300HE’S IN THE SLIENT SERVICE – ARE YOU? Never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes or destinations to anybody ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Stafford & Co., Ltd., Nottingham” [n.d.] 25 x 36.5 cm. Mounted on cardboard )
301Keep mum – she’s not so dumb! CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES ( H. M. Stationery Office “PRINTED … BY Lowe & Brydone Printers, Ltd.,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 76.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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64302“LET US GO FORWARD TOGETHER” [photo of Sir Winston Churchill] ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by J. Weiner Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) )
303The life-line is firm thanks to the MERCHANT NAVY ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by St. Michael’s Press, Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) )
304“NEVER WAS SO MUCH OWED BY SO MANY TO SO FEW” THE PRIME MINISTER ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Lowe & Brydone Printers, Ltd. London,” [n.d.] (50 x 75 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
305PORTS ARE OFTEN BOMBED WHEN CONVOYS ARE IN BECAUSE SOMEBODY TALKED Never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes, or destinations to anybody. ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Gilbt. Whitehead & Co., Ltd., New Eltham.” [n.d.] (33.5 x 50.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
306R. A. F. day raiders over Berlin’s official quarter THE DOWNFALL OF THE DICTATORS IS ASSURED ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Foshe & Cross Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 75.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
307TIGHTEN YOUR GRIP ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (33.5 x 50.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
308WATCH YOUR TALK FOR HIS SAKE Never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes, or destinations to anybody. ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Lowe & Brydone Printers, Ltd. London” [n.d.] (34 x 51 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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65309What I know – I keep to myself CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Lowe & Brydone Printers, Ltd. London,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 76.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
310What I know – I keep to myself - CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES ( H. M. Stationery Office “printed … by Lowe & Brydone Printers, Ltd. London,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 76.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
311KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING - REPAIR WORKS is VITAL to the WAR EFFORT ( Ministry of War Transport “printed for H. M. Stationary Office by H. Manly & Son Ltd.” [n.d.] (38.5 x 51 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
312THE SIGNAL IS SAVE ( National Savings Committee, London, Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh, and the Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast “printed for H. M. Stationary Office by Wm. Brown & Co., Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (25.5 x 38 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
313Wings for Victory MORE SAVINGS – MORE WINGS ( National Savings Committee, London, Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh; Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast “printed for H. M. Stationary Office by J. Weiner Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 75.5 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
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66314THE BRITISH HANDLEY PAGE “HALIFAX II” ( [table of specifications and cut-away] [Royal Air Force] c. THE AEROPLANE “printed in England,” [n.d.] (48.5 x 73 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
315THE BRITISH “LANCASTER” HEAVY BOMBER ( [table of specifications and cut-away] [Royal Air Force] c. FLIGHT “printed in England,” [n.d.] (48 x 74 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
316THE DE HAVILLAND “MOSQUITO” LIGHT BOMBER ( [table of specifications & cut-away] [Royal Air Force] c. THE AEROPLANE “printed in England,” [n.d.] (48 x 74 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
317THE GIANT BRITISH “STIRLIMG” ( [table of specifications & cut-away] [Royal Air Force] c. THE AEROPLANE “printed in England,” [n.d.] (48 x 74 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
318LEADERS OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE ( [Royal Air Force?] “printed by Chromoworks Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50 x 73.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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49319THE LONG-RANGE BRISTOL “BEAUFIGHTER” ( [table of specifications & cut-away] [Royal Air Force] c. THE AEROPLANE “printed in England,” [n.d.] (48 x 74 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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50320AFRICANS SERVICING A BRITISH AIR CRAFT - AFRICANS HAVE BEEN of great help …. ( Publisher unknown [“for Victory” series] [n.p., n.d.] (37 x 50.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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47321ALLIES IN THE SHIPYARDS - THE WORKERS PORYTRAYED ABOVE, ARE ALL WORKERS IN THE SAME BRITISH SHIPYARD! ( Publisher unknown “Printed in England,” [n.d.] (38 x 50.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
322ARMS FOR RUSSIA … A great convoy of British ships escorted by Soviet fighter planes sails into Murmansk harbour with vital supplies for the Red Army. ( Publisher unknown “Printed in England,” [n.d.] (20.5 x 33 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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49323TRANSLATION: “BRITAIN PLEDGES TO FIGHT & DESROY” ( No. 13 “printed in England by Henry Hildesley Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (50.5 x 76.5 cm.) “Designed by British artists” Mounted on cardboard )
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48324THE BIGGEST INVASION FLEET THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. 850 troopships, supply ships and warships reach North African ports, including hundreds through Gibraltar, with only minor losses – leaving the Germans and Italian U-Boats completely out-manoeuvred. ( publisher unknown [n.p., n.d.] (20.5 x 32.5 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
325BOFORS GUNS DEFEND ADVANCING ALLIED TROOPS - THE LIGHT BOFORS - anti-aircraft guns… ( publisher unknown [“For Victory” series] [n.p., n.d.] (37 x 50 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
326By Land, Sea and Air - THE ALLIES ARE HITTING BACK ( publisher unknown “Printed in England by W.R. Royle & Son Ltd.” [n.d.] (38 x 51 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
327DON’T keep a diary - It might get into the enemy’s hands ( Publisher unknown “printed in England by H. Manly & Son Ltd., London,” [n.d.] (25 x 37 cm.) Mounted on cardboard )
328FIGHTER BOMBERS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN - THESE “KITTYHWK” FIGHTER BOMBERS…. ( Publisher unknown [“for Victory” series] [n.p., n.d.] (37 x 50 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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68329MUNITION WORKERS OF ALLIED COUNTRIES…ARE HITTING BACK AT HITLER…THROUGH BRITISH FACTORIES! ( Publisher unknown “Printed in England,” [n.d.] (38.5 x 51 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
330150 two-ton bombs fall on the German city of DUSSELDORF in 50 minutes…. ( Publisher unknown “printed in England, “ [n.d.] (20.5 x 33 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
331ONE OF BRITAIN’S 4.5 inch GUNS IN ACTION - THIS PHOTOGRAPH was taken…. ( Publisher unknown [“For Victory” series] [n.p., n.d.] (37 x 50 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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67332TRANSLATION: “GREETINGS TO THE SOVIET HEROES. TOGETHER WE SHALL CONQUER” ( No.12 “printed in England by Henry Hildesley Ltd., London, “ [n.d.] (48.5 x 76 cm.) “designed by British artists” Mounted on cardboard )
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68333SERVING ONE OF BRITAIN’S FRONT LINE AIRCRAFT - BRITAIN’S “BEAUFIGHTER” aircraft are famous all over the world… ( Publisher unknown [“For Victory” series] [n.p., n.d.] (37 x 50 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
334WAR SUPPLIES FOR RUSSIA … A convoy of British and American lorries streams along the Persian route to Russia ( Publisher unknown “Printed in England,” mounted on cardboard )
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69335…this is INDIA…ONE OF THE UNITED NATIONS ( Government of India Information Services, Washington. “printed in the United States of America.” [n.d.] (55.5 x 86 cm.) )
336For the SAME Victory! MEXICO ( Association Mexicana de Turismo (Mexican Tourist Association) – Departmento de Turismo de La Secretaria de Gobernacion “printed in Mexico,” Offset Galas Mex., [n.d.] 68.5 x 90.5 cm. )
337NEW ZEALAND ALLY DOWN UNDER ( “New Zealand Legation, Washington” “Printed in the U.S. A.,” [n.d.] 59.5 x 81 cm )
338NEW ZEALAND FIGHTS ( [“New Zealand Legation, Washington”?] [n.p., n.d.] 60.5 x 81 cm. )
339NEW ZEALAND - FIGHTS FOR THE FUTURE ( [New Zealand Legation, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] 55.5 x 70.5 cm. )
340NEW ZEALAND fights In Pacific Skies ( New Zealand Legation, Washington “Printed in the U.S. A.,” [n.d.] 61 x 81.5 cm )
341THE FIGHTING FILIPINOS - WE WILL ALWAYS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM! ( Office of Special Services, Commonwealth of the Philippines, Washington [printed in U.S., n.d.] 68.5 x 104 cm. )



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70342LET’S GET TOGETHER FOR THE REAL FIGHT ( Appreciate America, Chicago. [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 43 cm.) )
343WAR TRAFFIC MUST COME FIRST - DON’T WASTE TRANSPORTATION ( Association of America Railroads in cooperation with the Office of War Transportation. [n.p., n.d.] (35.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
344CODE FOR THE CONQUERED ( Army Information Branch (NEWSMAP, Vol. IV, No. 25) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (88 x 118 cm.) On verso: WHAT JOB ARE YOU BEST FITTED FOR? )
345DEMOBILIZATION / A message From General Eisenhower ( Army Information Branch (NEWSMAP, Vol. IV, No. 41) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946. (88 x 118 cm.) On verso: A message From General Eisenhower )
346FARM LOANS ( Army Information Branch (NEWSMAP, Vol. IV, No. 50) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, [1946]. (88 x 118 cm.) )
347you can stop the BLACK MARKET - don’t buy or sell on it! ( Army Information Branch (NEWSMAP, Vol. V, No. 4) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, [1946]. (88 x 118 cm.) )
348THIS IS OUR WAR: LET’S READ ABOUT IT ( American Library Association [n.p., n.d.] (26 x 56.5 cm.) )
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71349RED CROSS VOLUNTEER NURSE’S AIDE ENROLL TODAY AS A RED CROSS VOLUNTEER NURSE’S AIDE YOUR HELP CAN SAVE MANY LIVES … FIND THE TIME .. GIVE IT NOW ( [American Red Cross] (Poster No. 711) [n.p.,] 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
350Take … A RED CROSS HOME NURSING COURSE LEARN TO GUARD THE HOME FRONT ( [American Red Cross, Washington?] [n.p., n.d.] (47 x 78.5 cm.) )
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70351libires de miseria - UNA DE LAS CUATRO LIBERTADES POR LAS QUE LUCHAN LOS ALIADOS ( “publicado por El Coordinator de Asuntos Interamericanos, WASHINGTON, E.U.A.” [n.p.] ca. 1942. (71 x 101.5 cm.) )
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71352FOOD CHAINS COOPERATE WITH THE NATIONAL NUTRITION PROGRAM FOOD – NATURAL SOURCE OF VITAMINS EVERY DAY, EAT THIS WAY ( Defense Health & Welfare Services, [Washington?] [printed by U.S. Government Printing Office? n.d.] (47 x 76 cm.) )
353“NO MAN and no force can take from the world the books that embody man’s eternal fight against tyranny of every kind. In this was, we know, books are weapons. And it is a part of your dedication always to make them weapons for mans’ freedom.” Franklin D. Roosevelt ( Faculty Literary Club, Publishers Cincinnati, [n.d.] (28 x 43 cm.) )
354MIHAILOVICH: YUGOSLAVIA’S UNCONQUERED ( Jugoslav Member Inter-Allied Information Center, New York. [n.p.], 1942. (43 x 56 cm.) )
355DEFENSE IN THE AIR BEGINS ON THE GROUND “… it all depends on me!” ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: INDUSTRY.. THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY )
356DEFENSE IN THE FIELD BEGINS IN THE FACTORY “… it all depends on me!” ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: INDUSTRY.. THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY )
357DEFENSE OF OUR LIBERTY BEGINS IN THE FACTORY ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: INDUSTRY.. THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY )
358DEFENSE ON THE SEA BEGINS ON THE SHORE “… it all depends on me!” ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: INDUSTRY.. THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY )
359“…It is not the individual or the army as a whole, but the everlastin’ teamwork of every bloomin’ soul.” J. Mason Knox ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: INDUSTRY.. THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY )
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72360MAKING AMERICA STRONG - COMPETITIVE COMPANIES CO-OPERATE TO PRODUCE IMPORTANT INSTRUMENTS FOR MILITARY AIRCRAFT… ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
361MAKING AMERICA STRONG - HOW AMERICAN SHIPYARDS ARE WINNING THE RACE AGAINST TIME TO BUILD OUR NAVY ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
362MAKING AMERICA STRONG - HOW SUBCONTRACTING ACCELERATES DEFENSE PRODUCTION… ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
363MAKING AMERICA STRONG INDUSTRY’S EVER IMPROVING MASS PRODUCTION METHODS STEP UP OUTPUT OF LATEST TYPE WAR PLANES ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
364MAKING AMERICA STRONG TODAY ABOUT 800 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL CONCERNS EITHER MAKE AIRPLANES OR SUPPLY THE PARTS ( National Association of Manufacturers [Public information Program] [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
365MAKING AMERICA STRONG U.S. INDUSTRY TODAY EMPLOYS 18 MEN TO BACK UP ONE SOLDIER IN THE ARMY ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 35.5 cm.) )
366The Washington Monument is built of stone contributed by all the nations of the earth to honor the founder of this republic. From Arlington, across the river, where sleep the men who died for freedom, it looks like a giant spike which God might have driven into this earth, saying, “Here I stake a claim for the home of Liberty.” Wm. Brown Meloney, V ( National Association of Manufacturers [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) At head of caption: KNOWING WHAT WE DEFEND IS IMPORTANT TOO )
367… “In Peace as in War TEAMWORK!" JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD WEEK OF FEB. 17-24 ( National Conference of Christians and Jews [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 55.5 cm.) ms. Note on verso indicates pre- Sept. 1946. )
368Visit Your Schools Nov. 5 to 11 AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK ( National Education Association [n.p., n.d.] (41 x 54 cm.) )
369Battles can’t wait, For those who are late ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (41 x 50.5 cm.) )
370Don’t follow the Pied Piper Eat, drink, play—moderately—and STAY ON THE JOB ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
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733718 American Rights and 8 American Duties ( National Industrial Information Committee (“from a leaflet used in a large American city’s school system, by permission of Board of School Commissioners, 1943”) [n.p.], 1943. (30 x 46 cm.) )
372“Industry is an indispensable factor in war. There can be no line of demarcation between the man who uses a weapon and the man who makes it…If one fails, the other must perish” A MESSAGE TO AMERICANS IN WAR WORK [General] MacArthur. ( National Industrial information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
373No “PINCH HITTER” for me [“] When there’s a job to be done, if you’re a regular on the team you have to be there when the game is called. That’s why I have not been late or missed a day on my job in 58 years.[“] A MESSAGE TO AMERICANS IN WAR WORK FROM … Albert Vragel ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
374THEIR absence is hallowed will they forgive YOURS? ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (41 x 50.5 cm.) )
375“There are other sons of Mothers who are Fighting Our Cause. Give them everything you have! They need it!” A MESSAGE TO AMERICANS IN WAR WORK FROM MRS. LEAH SULLIVAN whose Five Sons went down with the JUNEAU off the Solomon Islands ( National Industrial Information Committee (National Association of Manufacturers) [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) )
376“… the things we have determined whole-heartedly to do are not fulfilled merely by desire but through painful toil.” A Message to Men and Women in War Work [from] Franklin Roosevelt ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
377till Death or Victory [long quote by Winston Churchill] ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
378“WE have forces working for us all over the world” ADOLF HITLER ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (41 x 50.5 cm.) )
379.. We, too fight “As one of the United Nations, China Pledges to you that the products of your toil will be used in preserving and extending freedom and democracy throughout the world.” A Message to Americans in War Work Chiang Kai-shek ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) )
380What so proudly we hailed…. “those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” THOMAS PAINE ( National Industrial Information Committee [n.p., n.d.] (40.5 x 51 cm.) )
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74381Carry On! [moments from all American wars] ( N.S. Meyer, Inc., New York [New York?], 1942. (46 x 62.5 cm.) )
382Could this be you? DON’T TRAVEL – UNLESS YOUR TRIP HELPS WIN THE WAR ( United States Office of Defense Transportation, [Washington]. [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (47 x 65 cm.) )
383I’ll carry mine too! TRUCKS AND TIRES MUST LAST TILL VICTORY ( Office of Defense Transportation (OWI Poster No. 28) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
384IS YOUR TRIP NECESSARY? NEEDLESS TRAVEL interferes with the War Effort ( Office of Defense Transportation (Office of War Information, Poster No. 74) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
385GIVE IT YOUR BEST ( [large picture of American flag] Office for Emergency Management (Division of Information, Washington) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (72 x 101 cm.) )
386GIVE IT YOUR BEST ( [large picture of American flag] Office for Emergency Management (Division of Information, Washington) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (72 x 101 cm.) )
387They’ve got more important places to go than you! … Save Rubber CHECK YOUR TIRES NOW ( Office for Emergency Management, Division of Information, Washington. [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (71 x 101 cm.) )
388TIME IS SHORT ( Office for Emergency Management, Washington [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (43 x 278 cm.) )
389THE UNITED NATIONS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM ( Office of Facts & Figures, [Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (51 x 71 cm.) )
390THE ATLANTIC CHARTER [text of charter follows] August 14, 1941 FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WINSTON S. CHURCHILL ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (OWI Poster NO. 50) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (71 x 101 cm.) )
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75391The battle-wise Infantryman… … is CAREFUL of what he says or writes HOW ABOUT YOU? ( Office of War Information [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 71 cm.) )
392BOOKS cannot be killed by fire Franklin D. Roosevelt BOOKS ARE WEAPONS IN THE WAR OF IDEAS ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 7) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office 1942. (51 x 71 cm.) )
393CAN ALL YOU CAN - IT’S A REAL WAR JOB! ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 77) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office 1943. (41 x 57 cm.) )
394a careless word…A NEEDLESS LOSS ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 36) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
395a careless word…another cross ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 23) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
396Do with less – so they’ll have enough! RATIONING GIVES YOU YOUR FAIR SHARE ( Office of War Information, Washington (Poster No. 37) U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
397Doctors are Scarce One out of three has gone to war Be prepared for minor injury for minor illness LEARN First Aid & Home Nursing. ( Office of War Information, Washington (Poster No. 27) U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
398the five Sullivan brothers “missing in action” off the Solomons THEY DID THEIR PART ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (Poster No. 42) U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (71 x 101 cm.) )
399OURS … to fight for [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] FREEDOM FROM FEAR ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (Poster No. 46) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
400OURS … to fight for [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] FREEDOM FROM FEAR ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 46) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
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76401OURS … to fight for [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] FREEDOM FROM WANT ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 45) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
402OURS … to fight for [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] FREEDOM FROM WANT ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 45) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
4031778-1944 [replaced 1943] AMERICANS will always fight for liberty ( Office of War Information, [Washington] No. 26 [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 70.5 cm.) “1944” hand-lettered and glued over original date – 1943? )
4041778 1944 AMERICANS will always fight for liberty ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 26) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (71 x 101.5 cm.) )
405SOMEONE TALKED! ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 18) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (71 x 101 cm.) )
406THE SOUND THAT KILLS DON’T MURDER MEN WITH IDLE WORDS ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 1) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (36 x 50.5 cm.) )
407… the state of this nation is good the heart of this nation is sound the spirit of this nation is strong the faith of this nation is eternal FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT from his message to Congress, January 7, 1943. ( Office of War Information, Washington (Poster No. 40) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (36.5 x 51 cm.) )
408Strong in the strength of the Lord we who fight in the people’s cause will never stop until that cause is won. ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 8) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (18 x 28 cm.) )
409Strong in the strength of the Lord we who fight in the people’s cause will never stop until that cause is won. ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 8) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (18 x 28 cm.) )
410Strong in the strength of the Lord we who fight in the people’s cause will never stop until that cause is won. ( [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 70.5 cm.) )
411Strong in the strength of the Lord we who fight in the people’s cause will never stop until that cause is won. ( Office of War Information [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 8) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (71 x 101 cm.) )
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77412This is Nazi brutality RADIO BERLIN – IT IS OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED: ALL MEN OF LIDICE-CZECHOSLOVALIA- HAVE BEEN SHOT: THE WOMEN DEPORTED TO A CONCENTRATION CAMP: THE CHILDREN SENT TO APPROPRIATE CENTERS- THE NAME OF THE VILLAGE WAS IMMEDIATELY ABOLISHED 6/11/42/115 P ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 11) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (72 x 101 cm.) )
413THIS IS THE ENEMY ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (Poster No. 76) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
414TO ALL WHO USE LIBRARIES THIS IS OUR WAR ( Office of War Information, Washington [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, [n.d.] (36.5 x 51 cm.) )
415THE UNITED NATIONS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM ( [Flags of U.N. Members] Office of War Information, (OWI Poster No. 19) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (51 x 71 cm.) )
416THE UNITED NATIONS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM ( [Flags of U.N. Members] Office of War Information, (OWI Poster No. 19) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (51 x 71 cm.) )
417UNITED we are strong - UNITED we will win ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 64) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 70.5 cm.) )
418UNITED we are strong - UNITED we will win ( Office of War Information, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 64) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
419USE IT UP – WEAR IT OUT – MAKE IT DO! OUR LABOR AND OUR GOODS ARE FIGHTING ( Office of War Information, (OWI Poster No. 39) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
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78420… we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain… REMEMBER DEC. 7TH. ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 14) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
421… we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain… REMEMBER DEC. 7TH. ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 14) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
422… we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain… REMEMBER DEC. 7TH. ( Office of War Information (OWI Poster No. 14) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
423where our men are fighting OUR FOOD IS FIGHTING BUT WISELY—COOK CAREFULLY—STORE CAREFULLY—USE LEFT OVERS ( Office of War Information, Washington (OWI Poster No. 35) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
424PAN AMERICAN DAY APRIL 14 THE PEOPLES OF AMERICA INDEPENDENT – INTERDEPENDENT NEIGHBORS IN A WORLD OF NEIGHBORS ( Pan American Union, Washington [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 43 cm.) )
425PAN AMERICAN DAY PAN AMERICAN DAY APRIL 14 THE PEOPLES OF AMERICA INDEPENDENT – INTERDEPENDENT NEIGHBORS IN A WORLD OF NEIGHBORS ( Pan American Union, Washington [n.p., n.d.] (28 x 43 cm.) )
426PAN AMERICAN DAY PAN AMERICAN DAY AS I WOULD NOT BE A SLAVE, SO I WOULD NOT BE A MASTER … A. Lincoln To the end that men shall be truly free – we devote our entire resources to the fight for victory. THE SATURDAY EVENING POST ( The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (35 x 55 cm.) )
427[Freedom from Fear] [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] ( [The Saturday Evening Post ?] [n.p., n.d.] (27 x 35.5 cm.) )
428Freedom from Want ( TEXT BY CARLOS BULOSAN PAINTING BY NORMAN ROCKWELL The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (65.5 x 45.5 cm.) )
429Freedom from Want ( [Painting by Norman Rockwell from SATURDAY EVENING POST] The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (27 x 35.5 cm.) )
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79430Freedom of Speech ( PARABLE BY BOOTH TARKINGTON PAINTING BY NORMAN ROCKWELL The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (65.5 x 45.5 cm.) )
431[Freedom of Speech] ( [Painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] [The Saturday Evening Post?] [n.p., n.d.] (27 x 35.5 cm.) )
432Freedom of Worship ( TEXT BY WILL DURANT PAINTING BY NORMAN ROCKWELL [The Saturday Evening Post?] [n.p., n.d.] (65.5 x 45.5 cm.) )
433[Freedom of Worship] EACH ACCORDING TO THE DICTATES OF HIS OWN CONSCIENCE ( [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] [The Saturday Evening Post?] [n.p., n.d.] (27 x 35.5 cm.) )
434AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE CZECHOSLOVAKS ( By JOSEPH AUSLANDER PAINTING BY ALLEN SAALBURG The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] 29 x 36.5 cm. )
435AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE CZECHOSLOVAKS ( By JOSEPH AUSLANDER PAINTING BY ALLEN SAALBURG The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] 29 x 36.5 cm. )
436AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE CZECHOSLOVAKS ( By JOSEPH AUSLANDER PAINTING BY ALLEN SAALBURG The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] 29 x 36.5 cm. )
437AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE DUTCH ( By Joseph Auslander painting by John Atherton [text in three columns] The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (29.5 x 37 cm.) )
438AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE GREEKS ( By Joseph Auslander painting by Robert Riggs [text follows in three columns] The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] 29 x 37 cm. )
439AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNCONQUERABLE POLES ( By JOSEPH AUSLANDER PAINTING BY EVERETTE HENRY [text in three columns] The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (29 x 37 cm.) )
440THE SATURDAY EVENING POST PRESENTS THE FOUR FREEDOMS ( Painted by Norman Rockwell … Text by Four American Writers COVER MAN by Jack Alexander The Saturday Evening Post [n.p., n.d.] (65.5 x 45.5 cm.) Reprint of Saturday Evening Post article on Rockwell cover paintings. Printed on both sides. )
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80441ALL FUEL IS SCARCE PLAN FOR WINTER NOW! THE SOLID FUELS ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR URGES:1 WINTERIZE YOUR HOME! … 2 CHECK YOUR HEATING PLANT! … 3 ORDER FUEL AT ONCE! … ( Solid Fuels Administration for War, [Washington?] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (51 x 72 cm.) )
442hold on TO YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD don’t lose it because… ( [Social Security Administrator?] [n.p., n.d.] (36 x 51 cm.) )
443WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THEY CAN WEAR GIVE clothing for war relief April 1 to 30 ( United National Clothing Collection for Overseas War Relief New York, [n.d.] 56 x 71 cm. )
444WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THEY CAN WEAR GIVE clothing for war relief April 1 to 30 ( United National Clothing Collection for Overseas War Relief New York, [n.d.] 56 x 71 cm. )
445WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THEY CAN WEAR GIVE clothing for war relief April 1 to 30 ( United National Clothing Collection for Overseas War Relief New York, [n.d.] 56 x 71 cm. )
446Be with him at every mail call V-MAIL IS PRIVATE, RELIABLE, PATRIOTIC ( United States Army, [Washington] [n.p., n.d.] (56 x 71 cm.) additional text on verso )
447CAN YOU QUALIFY FOR THE ARMY AIR CORPS? ( [Facsimile application] “KEEP ‘EM FLYING” United States Army, [Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (51 x 71 cm.) )
448Keep ‘em Flying! ( [text of song “Keep ‘em flying” by Jack Childs] PRESENTED BY THE UNITED STATES ARMY RECRUITING SERVICE [United States Army, Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (50.5 x 71 cm.) )
449KEEP ‘EM FLYING ( United States Army, [Washington] [printed by U.S. Government Printing Office, ?] 1941. Three sheets, total dimension of 43 x 314 cm. )
450O’ER THE RAMPART WE WATCH ( United States Army Air Forces. (c. War Department) [n.p., n.d.] (48 x 63 cm.) )
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81451[Painting of Army Planes & American Flag, No Text] ( by Dan V. Smith, Albro F. Down [United States Army] [n.p., n.d.] (56 x 59 cm.) )
452Symbol of Life The caduceus … U.S. ARMY NURSE CORPS ( United States Army, Washington [n.p.], 1945 (53 x 71 cm.) )
453Women … our wounded need your care! Join a hospital company WOMEN’S ARMY CORPS ( United States Army [Washington] [n.p.], 1945. (42 x 63.5 cm.) )
454Christmas Overseas Gifts WRAP SECURELY ADDRESS CORRECTLY CHOOSE GIFTS WISELY Mail between Sept. 15 – Oct. 15 Christmas cards may be sent any time. ( United States Army and Navy Postal Services [n.p.] 1945. (53 x 69 cm.) )
455For Health – eat some food from each group every day! IN ADDITION TO THE BASIC 7 … EAT ANY OTHER FOODS YOU WANT ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, [Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. 1956 x 71 cm.) )
456For Health – eat some food from each group every day! IN ADDITION TO THE BASIC 7 … EAT ANY OTHER FOODS YOU WANT ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, [Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
457GROW YOU OWN Be sure GARDEN FOR VICTORY IN 1945 ( [U.S. Department of Agriculture] War Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], 1945. (40.5 x 57 cm.) )
458GROW YOU OWN Be sure GARDEN FOR VICTORY IN 1945 ( [U.S. Department of Agriculture] War Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], 1945. (40.5 x 57 cm.) )
459GROW YOU OWN Be sure GARDEN FOR VICTORY IN 1945 ( [U.S. Department of Agriculture] War Food Administration, [Washington] [n.p.], 1945. (40.5 x 57 cm.) )
460A MESSAGE ABOUT FOOD FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES [Harry Truman] ( U.S. Department of Agriculture [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (46.5 x 66.5 cm.) )
461“OF COURSE I CAN! I’m patriotic as can be – and ration points won’t worry me!” ( [U.S. Department of Agriculture] War Food Administration, [Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (97 x 65 cm.) )
462PLANT A VICTORY GARDEN OUR FOOD IS FIGHTING A GARDEN WILL MAKE YOUR RATIONS GO FURTHER ( [United States Department of Agriculture] (OWI Poster No. 34) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (56 x 71 cm.) )
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82463THE U.S. MARINES WANTS YOU - ENLIST TODAY 453 CHERRY STREET MACON, GA. ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] [n.p.], 1942. (72 x 100 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
464WANT ACTION? join U.S. Marine Corps! APPLY TO NEAREST RECRUITING STATION 453 CHERRY STREET MACON, GA. ( [United States Marine Corps, Washington] [printed by] Alpha Lithography Co., Camden, N. J., 1942. (76.5 x 101 cm.) mounted on cardboard Harrold gif )
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83465fight - Let’s go Join the NAVY ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
466FRESHMEN! SOPHOMORES! NOW you can stay in college and become a NAVAL OFFICER SEE YOUR DEAN OR NEAREST NAVY RECRUITING STATION FOR FULL DETAILS ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1942. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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84467Join the NAVY – and FREE the World ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1942. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
468Join the NAVY – and FREE the World ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1942. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
469Join the NAVY – and FREE the World ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1942. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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85470A National Emergency is UPON US Arise America before it is too late! Defend your Country and your Loved Ones Enlist now in the UNITED STATES NAVY or U.S. NAVAL RESERVE ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
471A National Emergency is UPON US Arise America before it is too late! Defend your Country and your Loved Ones Enlist now in the UNITED STATES NAVY or U.S. NAVAL RESERVE ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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86472NAVY LIFE ( [photos with captions] [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1939. (92 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
473NAVY LIFE ( [photos with captions] [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1939. (92 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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88474take the wheel … steer a course for future success while Serving Your Country in the UNITED STATES NAVY or the U.S. NAVAL RESERVE ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1941. (72 x 106 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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87475THE UNITES STATES NAVY calls you Your services are needed in our expanding fleet Apply today—Enlist without delay! ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1940. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
476THE UNITES STATES NAVY calls you Your services are needed in our expanding fleet Apply today—Enlist without delay! ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1940. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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88477WANTED - MORE NAVY NURSES Be a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy ( United States Navy [Navy Department, Washington] [n.p.], 1945. (71 x 101 cm.) )
478Young men between the ages of 17 and 18 are now being accepted for enlistment in the U.S. NAVY. The Enlistments of those who are less than 18 will expire when they reach their 21st birthday. Apply today! ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1940. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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89479Young men between the ages of 17 and 18 are now being accepted for enlistment in the U.S. NAVY. The Enlistments of those who are less than 18 will expire when they reach their 21st birthday. Apply today! ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1940. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
480Young men between the ages of 17 and 18 are now being accepted for enlistment in the U.S. NAVY. The Enlistments of those who are less than 18 will expire when they reach their 21st birthday. Apply today! ( [United States Navy, Washington] [n.p.], 1940. (72 x 107 cm.) mounted on cardboard )
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90481Be a Cadet Nurse THE GIRL WITH A FUTURE A Lifetime Education FREE FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WHO QUALIFY For information go to your local hospital or write U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS BOX 88, New York, N.Y. ( U.S. Public Health service – Federal Security Agency (NE Poster No. 3) [printed by]. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 71 cm.) )
482A LIFETIME EDUCATION FREE FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WHO QUALIFY U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS GO TO YOUR LOCAL HOSPITAL OR WRITE TO U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, BOX 88, NEW YORK 8, N.Y. ( [U.S. Public Health Service, Washington] (Federal Security Agency) (N.E. Poster 4) [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office 1945. (47 x 65 cm.) )
483Back the Attack - BUY WAR BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
484BUY NOW FOR THE BIGGER 7TH WAR LOAN Through payroll savings ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
485CARE is costly BUY AND HOLD WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (55.5 x 71 cm.) )
486DO YOUR PART TO WIN THE WAR - BUY MORE WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (71 x 56 cm.) )
487“Doing all you can, brother?” - BUY WAR BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (72 x 101 cm.) )
488Don’t Let That Shadow Touch Them - Buy WAR BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (36 x 52 cm.) )
489Don’t Let That Shadow Touch Them - Buy WAR BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (36 x 52 cm.) )
49085 MILLION AMERICANS HOLD WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (23.5 x 35.5 cm.) )
49185 MILLION AMERICANS HOLD WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (72 x 101.5 cm.) )
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91492FIRE AWAY WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 71 cm.) )
493FIRE AWAY WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 71 cm.) )
494For Liberty and Peace on Earth - Give WAR BONDS ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (50 x 67cm.) )
495GIVE WAR BONDS - The Present with a Future ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 70.5cm.) )
496A Half-Filled Stamp Album is Like a Half-Equipped Soldier ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (25.5 x 151 cm.) )
497HE’S FIGHTING FOR YOU Join the Club. A STAMP A DAY … FOR THE MAN WHO’S AWAY … ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
498HONOR ROLL THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC MEN AND WOMEN IN THIS ORGANIZATION HAVE INVESTED IN THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN ( [U.S. Treasury Department, Washington] [Printed by] Regensteiner Colortype Co., Chicago, [n.d.] (50.5 x 51 cm.) )
499Keep him flying! - BUY WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, Washington [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
500LET ‘EM HAVE IT - 4TH WAR LOAN - BUY EXTRA BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (26 x 36 cm.) )
501Lexington, 1775… INDEPENDENCE July 4, 1776… JOHN PAUL JONES said, “I have not yet begun to fight”… Washington crossed the Delaware to win our freedom… ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (63 x 96 cm.) Set of 4 count War Stamp/War Bond Posters )
502MAKE YOUR OWN Declaration of War ( [facsimile of U.S. Declaration of war on Japan] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
503MAKE YOUR OWN Declaration of War ( [facsimile of U.S. Declaration of war on Japan] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
504MAKE YOUR OWN Declaration of War ( [facsimile of U.S. Declaration of war on Japan] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (56 x 71 cm.) )
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92505NEXT! - 6TH WAR LOAN ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 71 cm.) )
5061946 Resolution – that every American buy and hold U.S. Savings Bonds ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. (56 x 70 cm.) )
507PROTECT HIS FUTURE - BUY AND KEEP WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (56 x 71 cm.) )
508PROTECT HIS FUTURE - BUY AND KEEP WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (72 x 101 cm.) )
509PROTECT HIS FUTURE - BUY AND KEEP WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (72 x 101 cm.) )
510SAVE FREEDOM OF SPEECH ( [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 44) [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
511SAVE FREEDOM OF SPEECH ( [painting by Norman Rockwell from Saturday Evening Post] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 44) [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
512SAVE FREEDOM OF WORSHIP - EACH ACCORDING TO THE DICTATES OF HIS OWN CONSCIENCE ( [painting by Norman Rockwell from the Saturday BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 43) [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
513SAVE FREEDOM OF WORSHIP - EACH ACCORDING TO THE DICTATES OF HIS OWN CONSCIENCE ( [painting by Norman Rockwell from the Saturday Evening Post] BUY WAR BONDS U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] (OWI Poster No. 43) [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (72 x 101 cm.) )
514The Sky’s the limit! 6th war loan KEEP BUYING WAR BONDS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (51 x 68.5 cm.) )
515THESE POSTERS HAVE BEEN REPRODUCED AND DISTRIBUTED BY THE EDUCATION SECTION, WAR SAVINGS STAFF – TREASURY DEPARTMENT, THROUGH THE STATE WAR SAVINGS OFFICES. TO DISPLAY, CUT THEM APART AS INDICATED BY THE DOTTED LINES. ( [Set of three posters, uncut, with text explaining origin of designs & information on designers.] U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (61 x 107.5 cm.) )
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93516USE A PAY DAY DURING THE WAR, TO BUY A PAY DAY AFTER THE WAR ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (51 x 71 cm.) )
517WE CAN WE WILL WE MUST! ( Franklin D. Roosevelt BUY U.S. WAR SAVINGS BONDS & STAMPS NOW U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (28.5x 52 cm.) in 2 pieces )
518YOU ARE ONE OF 50,000,000 AMERICANS WHO MUST FILL OUT AN INCOME TAX RETURN BY MARCH 15TH - FILE YOURS EARLY ( U.S. Treasury Department, Bureau of Internal Revenue, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (56 x 70.5 cm.) )
519YOU ARE ONE OF 50,000,000 AMERICANS WHO MUST FILL OUT AN INCOME TAX RETURN BY MARCH 15TH - FILE YOURS EARLY ( U.S. Treasury Department, Bureau of Internal Revenue, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944. (56 x 70.5 cm.) )
520“you buy ‘em, we’ll fly ‘em! - DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS ( U.S. Treasury Department, [Washington] [Printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. (51x 71 cm.) )
521TEACHING is war-work, too American Education Week Nov. 5 to Nov. 11 VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS ( “This poster contributed by Wamsutta Mills, New Bedford, Mass.” [n.p., n.d.] (56 x 71 cm.) )
522SAVE YOUR CANS Help pass the Ammunition PREPARE YOUR TIN CANS FOR WAR ( War Production Board (Salvage Division) [n.p., n.d.] (62 x 84 cm.) )
523She’s a swell pane – give us more! - MORE PRODUCTION ( WAR PRODUCTION BOARD [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, [n.d.] (71 x 101 cm.) )
524AMERICANS SUFFER - When careless talk kills ( Publisher unknown [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (36 x 51 cm.) )
525JUST BY keeping Well YOU can help WIN THIS WAR - FOLLOW THESE 5 SIMPLE HEALTH RULES… ( Publisher unknown [n.p., n.d.] (34 x 51 cm.) )
526Stamp out BLACK MARKET… WITH YOUR RATION STAMPS - PAY NO MORE THAN LEGAL PRICES ( [publisher unknown] [printed by] U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943. (53 x 72 cm.) )
527The TRANSPORTATION CORPS IN THE European Theater of Operations ( Publisher unknown [n.p., n.d.] (88 x 88 cm.) )